Clarence Heatley and his 'Preacher' Crew extorted, kidnapped, and even killed to gain notoriety on the streets of the Bronx and Harlem, New York. It was also rumored that they kidnapped singer Bobby Brown and held him for ransom over a drug debt.
Bartolome Moya, the Shadow Kingpin. and his chief enforcer, Andre Paige, led a deadly narcotics and extortion racket in New York City until the law caught up with them.
Lisette Lee, the supposed Samsung heiress, lived a mysterious life of privilege and luxury until her arrest for narcotics trafficking in 2010. Chartering a private jet, Lisette flew 7,000 lbs of pot from LA to Columbus over 14 different trips.
Ruben "Doc" Cavazos came to national prominence after a deadly brawl between the Hells Angels & Mongols Motorcycle Clubs in 2002. Doc's aim was to take on Hells Angels and run a massive criminal enterprise engaged in drug running, murder and intimidation.
Married to Jackie Wright, a major player in the Philadelphia drug game, Thelma got a taste of success and the lure of easy money. When her husband was murdered, she continued the family business, transporting cocaine & heroin between Philly & Los Angeles.
Carlos Lehder, a Medellin Cartel member and self-proclaimed Nazi, revolutionized the cocaine business by taking over an island in the Bahamas and using it as a halfway station between Colombia and the U.S.
Christopher "Dudus" Coke was the notorious leader of the Shower Posse, an international gang. He transported drugs to major U.S. cities, sold them for massive profits, & purchased weapons on the black market to export back to his native country, Jamaica.
Barry Mills was the leader of the Aryan Brotherhood, a white supremacist prison gang. He ordered A.B. members to carry out a race war against rival prison gang, the D.C. Blacks, and is responsible for 14 murders, despite being in prison most of his life.
Matriarch, Maria "Chata" Leon, led the Drew Street Clique of the Avenues Gang, for decades in Los Angeles, slinging crack, cocaine and methamphetamine. Explore the criminal underworld created by her murderous brood of gangbanger children.
Alejandro Corredor led a double life as the gangster of suburbia. Living in the small town of Fairway, Kansas, he seemed like an average family man. But really, he was Kansas City's cocaine pipeline, moving massive shipments from Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel.
Pistol Pete earned his nickname after starting his own gang: Sex, Money, Murder, Inc. He and his underlings incorporated the organization in an effort to launder drug money and expand their operations outside New York.
Salvador Magluta & Augusto Falcon were powerboat racers in Miami who allegedly moved more illegal narcotics than just about anyone in the history of the U.S. War on Drugs. They imported more than 2.1 billion tons of cocaine over more than a decade.
The Cutt Boyz, Terrance Benjamin & Derrick Washington, used violence to control the drug trade within B.W. Cooper Housing Complex in New Orleans. Washington supplied the heroin, while Benjamin was the enforcer and was eventually responsible for 3 murders.
Growing up in Chicago, Dana "Bird" Bostic was slinging drugs on the corner and ended up a heroin kingpin in his hometown. With a connection to a Mexican cartel, Bostic's New Breeds would package and distribute heroin and defend their turf with violence.